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TCP/IP and PPP For ARM

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pic18 udp/ip send

I need free solution for TCP/IP and PPP
for ARM , PIC18 or any other popular
microcontroller without need of special
ethernet chip or any obsolete chip (like S6700A).
I mean I need protocol implementation on
software and communication over serial line...(not ethernet)

anyone has tried CM X from C0msol or internetonchip?

It is really interesting that there is no free GNU project on this...
 

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freertos ppp stack

What do expect the same data rate as the Ethrenet supports without using the additional chip/controller?
 

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lwip ppp connection

There is already Linux on ARM platform with PPP and TCP/IP .
 

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ppp server lwip freertos

Sobakava said:
I need free solution for TCP/IP and PPP
for ARM , PIC18 or any other popular
microcontroller without need of special
ethernet chip or any obsolete chip (like S6700A).
I mean I need protocol implementation on
software and communication over serial line...(not ethernet)



It is really interesting that there is no free GNU project on this...

TCP-IP Lean--Web Servers for Embedded Systems (2nd Ed.)
h**p://www.elektroda.pl/eboard/viewtopic.php?t=58516
h**p://www.elektroda.pl/eboard/viewtopic.php?t=24352

In the documentation the functions are specified pretty well. It comes with some c-code as well (AN2120SW). The implemetation is a bit primitive and does not support a lot of options but is a good starting point and easy to modify. You will probably need only the files ppp.c and ppp.h since OpenTCP has most other functions implemented.

documentation:
h**p://e-www.motorola.com/brdata/PDFDB/docs/AN2120.pdf
Software:
h**p://e-www.motorola.com/webapp/sps/download/license.jsp?colCode=AN2120SW&prodCode=68HC908GZ16&location=psp

https://www.elektroda.pl/eboard/ftopic40111-0-asc-0.html
https://www.elektroda.pl/eboard/searchtopic45887-tcp.html
 

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using ppp lwip

anyone has developed a project based on motorola stack?
I am also examining Microchip TCP/IP stack. It is a bit, I am trying to understand how does it work and how can I stop web-server feature which I don't need it and how can I send data packets to specified IP.

I would like to know,
if I don't need advanced internet features like web-server, ftp, pop3 etc is it possible to implement this lighter? The only thing I need is connecting to ISP and send 50byte data packets to a static IP server.

Is it possible to talk to ISP with UDP only?

greetz
 

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freertos ppp

In AN2120SW.zip file there are :
UDP, PPP , SLIP, IP , Modem and port driver, ICMP +
keyboard and lcd . So there is no web server, ftp . You can cut SLIP and ICMP .Use the UDPSetCALLBACK (UDPReceive); for reception function , before sending data set void UDPBind (WORD Port); then use void UDPSendData for sending . The PPPEntry() function musst be called at periodic interval as it triggers sending of received packets to applicaction .

Actually implementation is very simple , and no much efforts are needed to port implementation to any other platform .
 

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lwip ppp example

an2120 looks very good written and it is not hard to implement in ARM , PIC etc...
I would like to know more about UDP. Does regular internet service providers support UDP? I mean, do still need TCP/IP?

Is there a step by step detailed explanation of Dial-up connection:

init-modem - AT command
dial number - AT command
authentification (PPP? CHAP?)
.
send data packet
.
receive data packet
.
.
etc...

Is there a data traffic between ISP and clients for communication control etc? Does ISP send some special data packets to clients even if no data routed to them?
 

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lwip data link layer

anyone has ported mot0rola an2120 to c0dewarrior or im@gecraft c c0mpiler?


I need ported code of Motorola AN2120 to metr0werks c0dewarrior for HC08 or im@gecraft c compiler for HC08. I ported code myself, there are no compiler errors but a lot of link errors appear.

For instance PORTA duplicate in main.o, modemdrv.o....
Because iogp32.h included both main.c and modemdrv.c.
How to avoid this linker error?

Regard
 

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arm tcp/ip projects

The problem is due to more than once memory allocation is done for the esame variable name ,
this when linker tries to resolve reference by name
it will encounter 2 var with same name and output error . You have to change the variable declaration
Put before each variable declaration in iogp20.h
and define them as external , so compiler will not allocacte storage for them .
 

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arm porting tcp/ip

W3100A

https://www.wiznet.co.kr/

W3100A is the world's first Ethernet based TCP/IP hardwired chip and contains all necessary Internet protocols (TCP, IP, UDP, ICMP, ARP, DLC and MAC) for Internet connectivity. Since W3100A's TCP/IP protocol stack is processed by hardwired logic, it provides high performance and ease the speed problem of Internet access was related TCP/IP software and memory access. In addition, since OS is not mandatory, W3100A requires minimal sized ROM and RAM for MCU power and saves OS licensing fee.In addition, users can save engineering resources and development cost in TCP/IP and networking programming for time-to-market. W3100A simultaneously supports 4 independent channels and can be interfaced with any Physical Layer (PLC, Optical, Wireless, etc.) support MII(Media Independent Interface).and runs on 3.3 V supply and 5 V tolerant I/O.

Key Features
Includes TCP, IP, UDP, ICMP, ARP, DLC and MAC Protocols (DHCP, HTTP, SMTP, and PING are included as Application protocols)
Supports 4 independent channels simultaneously (dynamic buffer allocation for each channel)

Protocol processing speed (depending upon MCU)
: full-duplex 6Mbps (i386), 300Kbps (8051 MUC)
Intel/Motorola MCU bus interface
i2C serial interface
Standard MII Interface for under-layer physical chip
Socket API support for easy application programming
10/100 Base T auto detection
Support for full-duplex mode
Embedded 16Kbyte data buffer
Wide operating voltage : 3.3V internal operation, 5V tolerant I/Os
Small 64-Pin LQFP Package
 

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driver tcp ip arm7

it seems wiznet has solutions for LAN/ethernet.

artem, what do you mean with
"Put before each variable declaration in iogp20.h
and define them as external , so compiler will not allocacte storage for them ."

volatile char PORTA @0x00; /* port A */

this definition one register in header file and two c files includes this header file. What do I have to do?
 

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ppp connection arm

I fixed the linker error but now I've this error:

L1907: Fixup Overflow in <Object>, Type <objType> at Offset <Address>

for instance I've this line in main.C main():
CONFIG1 = 0x0B;

it is defined in header file:
__DECL__IOGP20_32_H__ volatile unsigned char CONFIG1 @0x001F; //CONFIG1 REGISTER

but linker gives this error:

L1907: Fixup Overflow in main, to config1 type 1, at Offset 05.


I see this error message for all register definitions in header file for main.c

how to fix this? what does it mean?
 

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serial over ip lwip

I think it iss compiler specific definition :
volatile unsigned char CONFIG1 @0x001F;

where @0x001f could be memory mapped hardware port address . Are you using the same compiler and linker , the project was originally written for ?

And what is the error descrciption for linker's error l1907 ?
 

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porting microchip tcp/ip freertos

Doesn't Keil ARM have TCP/IP and PPP for ARM. I have not used it though.
 

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tcp ip error 52 ppp

There is one stack lwIP that I have protet to arm for one project. We used standard ethernet controller but there is also a PPP interface for that stack. It is written for embedded systems and is easy to adopt eaven to system with limitied resources.

https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/lwip/

There is also a small er versio of it called uIP aiming mor after small PICs and simular.

https://www.sics.se/~adam/uip/

regards Me
 

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lwip keil arm

Can you pls post your port of lwip for ARM.
 

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authentification lwip

Sorry this was some time ago and I do no longer have access to that source but all source for the stack can be found on the lwip homepage.

There were almost no real porting work that needded to be done of the actual stack. It compilled with GCC without any problems. The main task was to fix the RTOS special functions, some hours of work, and then write the driver for the ethernet MAC interface, in our case this was some days of work as we used specialised cpu with integraded MAC.

I think if you have some deeper knovledge about the TCPIP stuff its only some week of work needed to get it up and runnig on a new platform.

regards Me
 

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pppoe freertos

What about PPP. I need to run it on serial port using PPP. While there are quite a few decent TCP/IP freewares avaialable on the internet, I have not found any decent PPP source.
 

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